Brooke E. Wyatt is a trained researcher, study design, implementation and evaluation consultant with a comprehensive background in issues around health care and health disparities among minority/marginalized populations in the United States. She is trained in primary and secondary research & analysis, qualitative/quantitative research design, intervention design and implementation, and database management and mining and works within the Liver Disease division at Mount Sinai Hospital. Her areas of study have most recently focused on Hepatitis C (mono and co-infected), Hepatocellular Carcinoma (specifically Post-SVR), Diabetes and liver disease, general liver care as well as studying the health behaviors of those disproportionately affected by any of the aforementioned diseases. She has worked in the field for over ten years with close to ten years of both patient care and academic research, the extent of her work focusing on investigating clinical risk factors as they relate to less favorable outcomes in patient care, understanding the relationship between specific diseases or disease states and clinical or behavioral outcomes. She brings value at each stage of research or program development, from inception through implementation and evaluation. More recently this has taken a focus on understanding and synthesizing big-data to inform more direct patient focused approaches to individualized care. Her contributions have been cited on 20 different abstract presentations and manuscripts. She received her B.A. in Biological Anthropology from Columbia University, Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from George Washington University, and is completing her Doctorate in Public Health from SUNY Downstate University.